Wide Acceptance of Foodservice Disposables: Change in Consumer Behaviour and Conscious Business Organizations Fuel the Demand
Food Marketing & Technology - India|December 2021
As the trends such as eco-friendly lifestyle and doorstep food delivery pick up the pace in the COVID-19-affected world, there is an increase in demand for food service disposables across the globe. As a result, the production of environmental-friendly disposables is on the rise.

Companies have invested a huge amount of money in research to find the best alternative to plastic that is durable, portable, and can hold food items safely. All these factors along with surge in the global travel industry are expected to propel the global foodservice disposables market.

This growth in the market is subjected to key trends such as the rise in the number of green shops and stores, awareness regarding zero-waste footprint, conscious consumerism, rise in R&D, and demand for single-use plastics.

HERE ARE A FEW KEY TRENDS THAT RULE THE FOODSERVICE DISPOSABLES MARKET TODAY:

Increase in popularity and credibility of green shops and stores:

Usually, low-quality and nondisposable containers or packaging materials are used when one goes shopping for groceries each time. Buying packaged items means supporting recurrent use of plastic bags and containers.

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